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, it is no wonder that president obama is talking about trade. dodge the war on drugs has killed tens of thousands of people, especially along this border. the country's time -- is trying to present a new image, a good place to do business. and for factory owners targeting america, it is the place to be. dodge the medical supplies likeny makes things support, made in mexico. rate has dropped, but the police chief still needs 10 bodyguards and rarely walks the streets. he is on the drug cartel's hit list. them, we fight against have every day to fight very hard against them. continue with that entitlement. playing a teamre from brazil. mexico's economic growth is twice that of their heavyweight opponent. but not much of the president can do to improve the country's performance. more on relations between the u.s. and mexico, i'm joined from new york, author of two nations, indivisible. me.ks very much for joining president obama start his trip to mexico and you have written a graeat op-ed. the idea that mexico is no longer a poor country but americans still see it that way? >> we think about mexico
is next. lou: president obama in mexico. what are the odds about sending his uneducated folks to the border. we take it up in the "chalk talk." and more redline warnings for syria as the pentagon serious the shift to arming the rebels. general jack keane joins us next. for seeing your business in a whole new way. for seeing what cash is coming in and going out... so you can understand every angle of your cash flow- last week, this month, and even next year. for seeing your business's cash flow like never before, introducing cash flow insight powered by pnc cfo. a suite of online tools that lets you turn insight into action. at od, whatever business you're in, that's the business we're in with premium service like one of the best on-time delivery records and a low claims ratio, we do whatever it takes to make your business our business. od. helping the world keep promises. lou: north korea today, 15 years of hard labor for medicine. the 44-year-old kenneth day has been detained since last november. his friends described him as a devout christian who took to us on trips to north
to do it. >> president obama in mexico city talking about immigration reform. that is front and center next yeek. back with the panel. mara, where do you think we stand and the bill of the gang of eight stands. >> i think the bill is resilient and there are head wind and big pockets of republican recestance. but i am impressed by the depth of the coalition behind it. business community and conservative activist and entire republican establishment and marco rubio and i think it is chugging along and pass the senate and will be the house to pass citizen does that have a path to citizenship or not. the president was cheer in the press conference, he will not sign something without a pass for citizenship. i think we are going to end up with something. it is one of those rare things that are in the party's political interest to do and that's why i think it will get done. >> senator reid trying to do everything to get it across the finish line. you will have stiff opposition in the house and senator sessions in the senate, where do you think it stands . >> it is it in pretty good shape. it w
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have the kind of grand bargain that president obama is talking about with the republicans where you cut social security and medicare and in exchange the republicans agree to raise taxes and you have ten more years of austerity. i think in the next year or two until the economy gets back on its feet, you need public spending to get people back to work, rebuild the infrastructure and make it more competitive and when you get back to something close to full employment, people have jobs and are paying taxes, then you can reduce the debt because you have a higher growth rate and the debt ratio comes down on its own accord. that's the time to rebalance. >> woodruff: would that be your remedy? >> i think the headline for listeners is not what i want but what has happened. if you look at the cbo's unless of what president obama and the republicans have agreed to and they stabilized the debt at a reasonable level about the average of the last 20 years relatively quickly. my guess is given that there's a lot of posturing in washington but they are not going to do much more either way. there won't
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, but was postponed because of bad weather. >> president obama flies to mexico today to talk immigration with the country's new president, enrique pena nieto. aides to president obama said mexico's cooperation is crucial to prevent the on going problem of illegal border crossings. president obama hopes that the president is willing to help him secure the border. the president also expects to promote mexico economic success and its place as the second-largest export market for united states goods and services. >> police said that 20 more bodies have been recovered overnight in the building collapse in bangladesh. the death toll is at least 430 while another 149 people were still missing. yesterday, a mass muslim for a was held for three for victims whose bodies cannot be identified. the eight story building collapsed on april 24th a day after huge cracks appeared in the building. >> in south korea, a united states citizen has been sentenced to 15 years of hard labor. the country's supreme court says that pae jun ho, known as kenneth bae by u.s. authorities, committed hostile acts against
" today. do we have the graphic. in the areas he does control, obama has to talk less about hurdles he faces and more forcefully about what he's going to get. where does he go now? where can he move on this stuff? >> think it's hard for him to move. i love e.j. he's a genuine friend not one of those people you say is your friend. he's a rell frieal friend. i agree with him all the time. we're beating on this president when you have to go back to that pat toomey quote go guns that shows liberal fantasies about how the president has to get back in the game, be tougher, make better deals, it is not going to work. he's really got people who are determined to see him fail. i do agree with the tone, however. the tone of late has been little wi whinier than we would like to hear. in terms of what he can do, it's hard. >> there seems to be this sort of mindset from him, you said whining but this sort of i'm done with it. you see the way the people treat me. what am i supposed to do? that's not good for democrats to have that opinion in 2013. >> this is always been something of his approach. he
it works for those guys but not barack obama. that astounds me. but let's talk about the immigration idea what he has been saying on immigration. we know how it plays in congress. how is it playing in texas? >> um, as you know, as a lot of people know, one of rick santorum's problems besides the fact that he had foot-in-mouth disease in the last campaign, was that he was relatively soft from the point of view from the right, his own party on immigration. he was a relatively moderate on immigration. so was george bush. you look at john mccain, who has had a variety of positions over the years but effectively is a nuanced and informed position on immigration. you get these people along the border and many folks along the border, not everybody but many political folks along the border in states like texas understand that the immigration issue is much more difficult and nuanced. there are family connections. there are economic connections. so you have in most cases not in the case of cruz, but in the case of many of these candidates the greater recognition of the value of immigration. withexc
'll cover it. by the way, president obama is in mexico right now talking to the president of mexico. he will have a press conference in a minute. melissa: breaking news right now. a joint news conference between president obama and mexico's president enrique knee the to, is he edge a three-day trip to mexico. both president obama and mexico's president are scheduled to make statements. then they will take questions from the press. we'll take you there live just as soon as the question and answer portion starts. they tend to make news when they do that. so we don't want you to miss it. we'll keep an eye on it. and bring it to you when it happens. in the meantime it is all about jobs. tomorrow we find out how many were added in april. the stakes couldn't be any higher after march's grim report. many are bracing for the worst with the wave of weak economic data coming out this week. in a new op-ed, wyoming senator john barrasso says one of the biggest things blocking job growth is obamacare. the senator joins me now. welcome back to the show. >> thanks for having me, melissa. melissa: it w
as well. they burned more than 100 acres so far. >>> today president obama begins a three-day trip to mexico. he'll meet later today with mexican president. we expect the leaders to talk about the immigration reform bill congress is debating right now. they'll also likely discuss trade ties between the two countries. president obama will also visit costa rica during this trip and meet with that country's president as well. >>> this morning churches across the region and country are opening early for national day of prayer. designated by the president each year the day of prayer invites americans of all faith to give thanks for blessings. this year the president asked specifically prayers for victims and survivors of the boston bombings, texas fertilizer plant explosion and newtown shootings. the day doesn't come without controversy. gay rights groups are protesting the honorary chairman of this year's event. he will officially open the national day of prayer at the pentagon later this morning. protesters want the pentagon to withdraw its invitation because he teaches that marriage
republicans don't want to give president obama any sort of victory? here to talk aboutt associated editor for the hill newspaper amy stoddard former national spokesman for the white house, president obama's white house tommy vetor and former adviser to mitt romney's presidential campaign kevin madden. kevin, not surprising, i'm going to start with you. >> really? >> even though 80%, 90% of the country supports this legislation and it was up for a vote, toomey is suggesting although i understand he has back tracked a little since that statement, suggesting it really just came down to republicans didn't want to give obama a victory. >> look. the kind of politics you see in washington, d.c. is absurd. as sure as dogs will bark in a tunnel politicians in washington, d.c. are going to play politics. this did come down to policy in the minds of many opposed to the bill. some folks said that we're proponents, believed it was good policy and those opposed believed it was bad policy. at the heart of a lot of opposition on an issue that is so important like the second amendment to many people is th
first national television interview? >> you know what this is -- my first talking about myself. when president obama first ran the first time, i was a surrogate for him on some tv shows. this is the first time, yeah. >> good. i want people to look back on this and use this video when you are in your presidential campaign, i don't know, 20 years down the road or when ever that's going to happen. it is my honor to say that linda forry, the history maker in boston gets tonight's last word. thank you, linda. >> thank you, lawrence. >>> friends. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. let me start tonight with this. whose side are you on? the side of terrorists who attacked hundreds of people killing three, wounding dozens and dozens more, or are you on the side of the country you're living in, the country you've come to study in, learn from, become an adult in? on the side of the person identified as the killer or on the side of those he killed and those he deliberately tried to kill. before someone starts singin
. >> president obama flies to mexico today to talk immigration of the country's new president and regain peand regenrique pena nieto . aides to present obama say mexico's cooperation is crucial to prevent the ongoing problem of the illegal boarding crossings. president obama and hopes president nieto what is willing to help him secure the border. the president also expected to remote mexico's economic success and its place as the second largest export market for u.s. goods and services. >> police say one more bodies had been recovered overnight in the building collapse in bangladesh. the death toll is at least 430 while another 149 people are still missing. yesterday, a mass muslim funeral was held for 34 victims whose bodies couldn't be identified. the eight story building collapsed in march it on april 24th at a day after a huge cracks appeared in the building and police ordered an evacuation. the owner of the building is accused of telling employees to keep working despite the order. in north korea, a u.s. citizen has been sentenced to 15 years of hard labor. the country's supreme court say
. by the way, president obama is in mexico right now talking to the president of mexico. he will have a press conference in a minute. melissa: breaking news right now. a joint news conference between president obama and mexico's president enrique knee the to, is he edge a three-day trip to mexico. both president obama and mexico's president are scheduled to make statements. then they will take questions from the press. we'll take you there live just as soon as the question and answer portion starts. they tend to make news when they do that. so we don't want you to miss it. we'll keep an eye on it. and bring it to you when it happens. in the meantime it is all about jobs. tomorrow we find out how many were added in april. the stakes couldn't be
in a cafe. if the "new york times" can find him why can't we? >> talk about a brotherly bond. forget the terrorists, it's the media and the white house. media radicalized to obama. benghazi gets a shrug. a gay athlete gets a husmght that's how our media goes these days. if the story is too difficult, they avoid it. watergate, nixon lied, but nobody died. and benghazi, four dead, white house went to bed. >> andrea: bob, we know that this suspect as well as was in tunisia at a certain point that administration could have had him extradited, they didn't. at this point are you willing to say there has been some incompetence on the highest levels at the administration? >> bob: that goes without saying. i think first of all tunisias did not offer one two and i want to give them the benefit of the doubt. they have got this guy and identified him. trying to use him to find other people involved in this. that's the best hope i can get out of this. in terms of people testifying in front of the administration of course they can go forward and testify. are they going to give themselves in troubl
will give you michelle obama's arms. yes, indeed, this news. everywhere i went yesterday people were talking about did you hear what happened in boston. stunning arrest of three young men there. buddies of zark off -- dzhokhar tsarnaev. phillip has been covering this for the atlantic wire. he joins us on our news line this morning. good to talk to you. tell us, who were the three -- i'm not going to try to pronounce their names. what was their connection to the suspect? >> so the three additional people who were arrested yesterday were -- [ indiscernible ] >> bill: good for you. >> all of whom joined dzhokhar tsarnaev in 2011 at school, they started school at the same time. there were initial reports the three were roommates of tsarnaev although that is not the case. tsarnaev had a dorm room on campus and the other three lived off campus but they were all friends which is probably why they ended up getting into trouble. >> bill: two of them had already been under arrest, correct? for not attending classes? that's right? or violations. >> two citizens of kazakhstan had been detained at some p
. >>> president obama is heading to mexico today. he is scheduled to meet with the country's new president. they will talk about mexico's improving economy. they will also discuss u.s. immigration reform plans including ideas on better securing the border between the two countries. president obama's three-day trip will also include a stop in costa rica. >>> the man accused of sending ricin laced letters to president bush and others will appear in court today. fbi agents arrested 41-year-old man at his tupelo home on saturday. today's court is a preliminary hearing. federal prosecutors are expected to arlington he should remain in jail because he is a danger and he is a flight risk, as well. >>> north korea media announced an american citizen is sentenced to 125 years of hard labor for spying. kenneth bae was arrested in november. north korea provided no details of his alleged crimes in the country. friends say he was working in the country as a tour operator. >>> governor brown and the state corrections department face a deadline today. they have to file plans on how to deal with a court o
.88. > >>> president obama is going south of the border to talk about just that -- the border. it's may 2nd, and this is "now." >>> from the red line to the borderline, president obama's week has been chock full of foreign policy. in the last hour, the president boarded air force one and is now en route to mexico city. where he will meet with newly minted mexican president, enrique peniento. >> my top priority as president is to grow the economy, first i'm going to visit mexico, one of our largest economic partners. then i'll be visiting costa rica. and in both instances i'm going to be working to deepen our economic and trade relationships across latin america. relationships that create jobs and growth here at home. and offer our businesses growing markets where they can sell more american-made goods and services abro abroad. >> although this will be president obama's fourth trip to mexico since 2009, the mexican president has only been in office for five months and he's making it clear that he would like to press reset on the u.s./mexico relationship. shifting photo cuss away from the int
secretary britishgel and the defense secretary. in 45 minutes, a talk with the former national intelligence director, john negroponte. that a look at the president obama is upcoming trip to mexico. a discussion about propose internet sales tax ♪ host: one of the issues to be discussed today when president obama meets with the new mexican president, enrique peÑa nieto, will be the war on drugs. that is what we want to talk to you about this morning on the "washington journal" as we go through the newspapers and the websites. if you support the war on drugs, (202) 585-3880 is the number for you to call. if you are opposed to it, you can also make a, and dash a comment on our facebook page. you can send it they tweet @cspanwj, of
tsarnaev's friends. >> and days away from the kentucky derby. we'll be at churchill downs talking about how the rules have changed since the finish line in boston. >> krystal is on assignment today. president obama is in mexico at this hour. he is preparing to talk about trade and the war on drugs. >> i might be surrounded by some massachusetts people but today i'm in a very empire state of mind. i'll tell you why. ♪ >> the three 19-year-old friends accused of interfering in the boston marathon investigation are in federal custody today. their next court hearing is later this month. the federal complaint details how they removed dzhokhar tsarnaev's backpack from his dorm room and then lied about it to police. now the fbi said tsarnaev bragged to two of them more than a month ago that he knew how to make
-the- counter to women and girls of all ages. but the obama administration is now appealing that decision. >> woodruff: ray suarez reports on iraq's bloody april with bombs and other attacks killing more than 700 people, raising fears of a sectarian civil war. >> brown: we talk to google's eric schmidt and jared cohen about the intersection of technology and democracy and the promise and pitfalls of the new digital age. >> privacy becomes more important in this new interconnected world because we need privacy, we all-- everyone wants it and i think you're going to have to fight for it. >> woodruff: and we close with a surprising archeological find in jamestown that tells a bleak story of the early colonists' struggle with starvation. >> from my experience working with prehistoric skeletons, this is absolutely consistent with what we see with cannibalism and those type of cases. >> brown: that's all ahead. on tonight's "newshour." >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> more than two years
, not because they disagree with them, because they didn't want to help or even be seen helping president obama. why am i not surprised? tonight we'll talk to erica laugherty whose mother is the courageous sandy hook principal who died protecting those kids. she confronted a u.s. senator who voted against that bill. that was a tough moment for her. and a much tougher moment for the so-called senator. >>> what do we do about gitmo? this is a tough one. especially around progressives. no country wants to take the prisoners that we have. we can't just let them go, can we? how long can the united states actually hold prisoners without taking them to trial? >>> also, jon stewart said it best. he always does. congress only cares about meals on wheels when those meals are coming down the aisle on a nice airplane. tonight the head of the meals on wheels program himself is coming here to talk about the suffering because of these cuts, because of the sequestration. >>> and by now, everyone should know, you don't tug on superman's cape. you don't spit into the wind. and you don't mess around with governor
. at the live desk, melissa mollet, news4. >>> today president obama begins a three-day trip to mexico. he'll meet later today with the mexican president. we expect the leaders to talk about the immigration reform bill congress is debating right now. they'll also likely discuss trade ties between the two countries. president obama will also visit costa rica during his trip and meet with that country's president as well. >>> an early morning for churches in our area as they mark the national day of prayer. the day of prayer is held every may and it invites americans of all faiths to give thanks for blessings and pray for guidance and protection for the country. president obama is specifically asking churches to pray for victims and survivors of the boston bombings, texas fertilizer plant explosion and the in ynewtown shooting. gay rights groups are protesting the honorary chairman. he's set to officially open the day of prayer at the pentagon later this morning. gay rights advocates want the pentagon to withdraw the invitati invitation. >>> our northern virginia bureau will be in court when
obama heading to mexico today to meet with the country's new president enrique pena nieto. they will talk about the improving economy, discussion u.s. immigration reform, plans on better securing the border between the two countries. mr. obama's three-day trip will also include a stop down in costa rica. >>> governor brown has until midnight tonight to file a plan to reduce overcrowding in state prisons. brown and the california department of corrections and rehabilitation are required to submit a plan of action to a san francisco federal court. the court ordered the state to reduce prison population by nearly 10,000 inmates by december. no word yet on when brown will file his plans today. >>> you can call it a summer bummer. the popular bay area beach that will be almost impossible to get to in the next couple of months. >> plus, is that a bear behind the wheel? take a look. a cub gets cranky when he gets stuck in a car. it's caught on tape. aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7. female narrator: the mattress price wars are on the mattress price wars are on
boston. >> krystal is on assignment today. president obama is in mexico at this hour. he is preparing to talk about trade and the war on drugs. >> i might be surrounded by some massachusetts people but today i'm in a very empire state of mind. i'll tell you why. ♪ >> the three 19-year-old friends accused of interfering in the boston marathon investigation are in federal custody today. their next court hearing is later this month. the federal complaint details how they removed dzhokhar tsarnaev's backpack from his dorm room and then lied about it to police. now the fbi said tsarnaev bragged to two of them more than a month ago that he knew how to make a bomb. in addition to the backpack full of fire work the cops found in a landfill, the friends took dzhokhar's laptop. we start with justice correspondent pete williams. pete, any word on where that laptop is now and exactly what investigators are looking for on it? >> well, yes. the fbi has it. the fbi says that the three were involved in a scheme to throw away the backpack that two of them were charged with doing. the tw
today when president obama meets with the new mexican president, enrique peÑa nieto, will be the war on drugs. that is what we want to talk to you about this morning on the "washington journal" as we go through the newspapers and the websites. if you support the war on drugs, (202) 585-3880 is the number for you to call. if you are opposed to it, you can also make a, and dash a comment on our facebook page. you can send it they tweet @cspanwj, and of course you can e-mail us. again, we are talking about the war on drugs, one of the topics to be discussed when president obama meets with the new mexican president later today. they will be holding a news conference and cease and will be bringing that to you this evening as well. a piece in the washington peace -- the washington post last sunday with the lead story in the post -- mexico's changes, and anti-drug fight in peril. host: dana priest writes -- and what is at stake should be alliance be scaled back. u.s. officials got their first inkling that the relationship might change since two weeks after enrique peÑa nieto assumed office
will come up. mr. obama doesn't want it to disrupt the bipartisan talks that are going on right now on capitol hill, but the new mexican president shares the same goals on immigration, le jij miezing the millions of mexicans living now in the u.s. that said mexican migration to the u.s. is currently at its lowest level in 40 years. the reason, mexico's economy is growing faster than that of the u.s. so both presidents may want to highlight mexico's economy as one of the best ways to curb illegal immigration. after a speech to them on friday, the president will go to costa rica for a meeting with central american leaders. he's due back here on saturday night. charlie and norah? >> bill plante, thank you. >>> and the obama administration is renewing its fight over the morning after pill. the justice department announced plans wednesday to appeal a judge's order. it removes all age limits for buying step-one over the counter. they reduced the age from 17 to 15 in hopes of a compromise. >>> an american citizen has been sentenced to 15 years of hard labor in north korea. kenneth bay has
? that's allstate home insurance with claim free rewards. talk to an allstate agent... [ doorbell rings ] >>> in 45 minutes, president obama is scheduled to leave for mexico city for a face-to-face meeting with mexico's newly elected president. he took office in december and in a potentially confrontational change from his predecessor, he's expected to give u.s. authorities less access in fighting the drug war and organized crime. of course, immigration is also on the agenda, important for 33 million u.s. residents of mexican origin, who have the potential to increase pressure on congress to act. joining me now, jose diaz. always good to see you. thank you very much for coming to us from mexico city. >> good to see you, chris. thank you very much. >> let's start with immigration. >> good to see you. immigration, one of the subjects that -- sorry. >> i was going to say that the new president is under some pressure to take a more public stand on immigration. why has he been hesitating? >> you know, i don't think he's been hesitating as much as he's been focused on other things. this is a
'm not sure how much president obama can intervene in the battles inside the republican party. what he can do is use executive powers, bully pulpit and veto pen -- >> let's talk about the constitution we all grew up. we're about the same age. i was telling this to our producers today, younger than me, a lot of them. the constitution doesn't guarantee the united states senate represents the american people. it represents the states. if you look at a map of the united states, most of the map physically is republican and conservative. it's rural. it's vast spaces in the south. and especially in the rocky mountain west. >> yep. >> all that space is represented in many cases by republican senators. >> right. >> who are pro gun. >> right. >> when you go to have a vote, 90% of the country wants background checks expanded. the senate goes the other direction. you go, whoa, it could be because the senate is representing land. you're laughing. the people out there in big cities go, what happened to my vote? my vote doesn't count as much as the guy living in utah. senators of new york and california rep
buyl the pill. that is two years younger than the age limit of 17.f >>> president obama is travelin to mexico today. today the president will be there toe pitch an immigration overhaul and to talk about trade with mexico's president, and then he travels to costa rica to meet with central american leaders. >>it's starting to feel like spring for more than a few days in a row. tucker will tell us how longus this is going to last. and julie has a look at your commute just a few minutes ahead. >>> a look at the life of jfk, f and we will tell you where you can see all of this coming up, p and time is now 5:40. pla 5:40 [ women ] oh-awww. [ voices in background ] [ female announcer ] swapportunity. the opportunity to swap a higher calorie snack for a delicious 90 calorie yoplait light. ♪ sorry... about your date, the details of your date. [ female announcer ] just one swap a day helps keep the calories away. yoplait. it is so good. because this spring when you switch your number to sprint, you can save $100 on any phone, which makes the samsung galaxy s3 free. make the most of your new
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at president obama and mexico's president as they hold a news conference today in mexico city. the president arrived there today. the leaders are talking trade, immigration and the drug war and more during the visit. you can go to foxnews.com to watch the entire presser protesters turning may day into a day of hate and violence on the west coast. injuring police and breaking everything in their path. we will show you that when we come back. ♪ ♪ was the son of a preacher man ♪ the only one who could ever teach me ♪ was the son of a preacher man ♪ he was ♪ he was come here, boy. ♪ there you go. come on, let's play! [ male announcer ] there's an easier way to protect your dog from dangerous parasites. good boy. fetch! trifexis is the monthly, beef-flavored tablet that prevents heartworm disease, kills fleas and prevents infestations, and treats hook-, round-, and whipworm infections. treatment with fewer than 3 monthly doses after exposure to mosquitoes may not provide complete hrtworm prevention. the most common adverse reactions were vomiting, itching and lethargy. serious adver
washington journal, the former director of national intelligence talks , the intelligence sharing syrian civil war and president obama's upcoming trip to mexico. than more about the presidents latin america triplett also includes coastal --latin america trip which also includes coast that regarsta rica. .e'll talk live on c-span everyday at 7:00 a.m. eastern. >> tonight, pores of the george w. bush and ronald reagan presidential libraries -- tours of the george w. bush and model reagan presidential libraries. then later the military use of drones. >>. people think she did not participate much. that is not true. she was very involved. her own bedroom upstairs right across from the president's office. she was always able to hear. she was very active. she read daily newspapers and bought it from points of view to the president and was able to calm him down. and she was the grandmother of the house as well as taking care of her daughters and grandchildren. >> eliza johnson, now available on our website, c-span.org /firstladies. tune in next monday on first lady julia grant. today, the bush p
. >> greta: massachusetts is typically a democratic state. president obama did very well in massachusetts. congressman markey is running on the obama agenda. how do you compete with that? >> i'm running against a person the poster boy for term limits. if we continue to talk about this, more person responsibility, more personal freedoms, that's resonating with republicans, and moderate democrats in the state. we could go in the urban areas and expand the party and be more inclusive. we're confident we'll bring a lot of independent and moderate democrats under our tent. we're very confident going into the general election here. >> greta: thank you very much. we did put in a call to congressman markey. he's unavailable this week. hopefully he'll join us some time. thank you, mr. gomez. >> please go to gomezfor.com. >> greta: coming up, the hunt for the killer of an 8-year-old girl taking a new turn tonight. the latest is next. and remember college student amanda knox? she's telling all. hear what she says about the interrogation that led to her it's a brand new start. your chance to rise and
're the international house of radio this morning. >> caller: hello. hi, i wanted to call -- i wanted to talk about this guy that said obama said he wanted to fundamentally change our society. and therefore, they are going to become like europe. i already became like europe. >> stephanie: right. but you have better hot coco. >> caller: i hear this so much from americans when i listen to the media, and they don't have any idea how diverse europe is. our economy is doing just great. same with most of northern europe, germany, et cetera granted spain, disaster. italy, greece, yes. >> portugal. >> stephanie: yeah -- >> caller: but the thing they should keep in mind is that part of the reason that those countries have not been able to recover from the global crash, that we might call the bush crash, fundamental reason they haven't been able to recover is a, europe doesn't have a central strong bank. meaning countries can't devalue their own currency. so the spanish euro is basically pegged to a strong german euro. so that causes a big problem, and then the second part of it is that the
. it's not republican/democrat, it's congress. obama can't change them, but it's his legacy that's at risk. >> and yet, stephanie, we keep hearing the president talk about congress and frustrated with congress. no one in those articles and no one is going to defend congress. we know their approval rating is way worse than his. but what about this point? ultimately, the buck stops with you, dude. >> you know, i got to say, erin, even senator pat toomey said today, the republican who was behind the background check bill, he said people voted against it because they did not want to be seen as helping the president. this congress -- these republicans, erin, are provably and historically obstructionist. they just are. and i'm sorry, whatever maury maureen dowd wrote, and i love maureen dowd, but we don't live in an aaron sorkin liberal fantasy where sorkin gets to write everybody's lines, including the republicans. >> is there a point here, though? because i'm starting to wonder, look, you can blame him or not blame him, it kind of doesn't matter, but to dean's point, if he can't get
.s. authorities to help with drug trafficking and organized crime. president obama says he is not criticizing that move right now. he wants to talk as to why he has made those decisions. ktvu channel 2 news. >> 8:16. the deadly collapse of a garment factory. the collapse killed more than 400 people and generated lots of public concern. the gap is looking for ways to improve working conditions. but disney decided it will no longer have brands of merchandise made there. disney says less than 1% of production is done in bangladesh. >> visited a power station commemorating worker's day yesterday. he toured the facility. talked with some of the employees. president assad made an address saying he will not give in to the rebels. >>> there are reports iranian president was arrested briefly under the orders of iran supreme leader. the president was held for 7 hours and warned stop causing problems. >> take place in iran on june 14th and president -- he would reveal tapes that show fraud in the regime. >> 8:17. a man has been sentenced to 15 years of hard labor in north korea. bae is from washington s
, but even president obama at the press conference this week acknowledges there are going to be some bumps. >> neil: bumps is an understatement. but i tell you something, you know when there's a problem, they talk about communication have to recommunicate. no two doctors understand this. i found that across the board. i talk to politicians. no two politicians can accurately describe the ramifications no two health insurance companies; that alone should tell you something, the behemoth disaster. >> the administration has not had a hope and change simple, message on health care, and another problem they have is we don't know how this law will play out. the administration doesn't know, and so if -- >> neil: nobody does. >> they make claims and are proven wrong, they're going to come back to haunt them as well. >> neil: a lot of you folks remember when we were in washington covering the debate over this, the passage of this, and every little nook and cranny. we said the numbers didn't add up and you can't provide this amount of benefits to everyone without seeing premiums soaring, which they d
quite a bit on encouraging green technology. we of course, the whole drama that republicans talked a lot about the presidential campaign is an example of, you know, conservatives say democrats run amok and give all this federal money to green initiatives. the obama administration has done about as much as it can to move some of these issues along against the headwind coming out of capitol hill. have they absolutely grabbed the issue of climate change and pushed it to where they wanted to? no. they tried to do the carbon tax in the early days of the administration, and it passed the house that was then controlled by democrats and ended in the senate. i know you get frustrated with the president not pushing hard enough, but there is a certain level of political reality that this white house has to deal with and it can't press something that is not going to go. if republicans are that opposed he has to figure out ways to work around them and he is with other green initiatives that have borne some truth. cenk: i admit it you win. it's a range. on the key stone pile line, he can make a decisi
comeback for new york city in a lot of ways. president obama on the way to mix koa pitching immigration reform idea. we have monica crowley in talk about that, preaching to the choir in mexico? >> yes, and not for the first time, talked aaout the immigration policy, how it needs reform. i think a lot of people understand here in the united states that our immigration policies are really in desperate need of reform, and the question is how to go about it? connell: what do you think? we had people come in, both sides of it, and douglas holtz-eakin was here yesterday on the right side, usually, politically, and people have been making economic arguments in favor of immigration reform and getting it done. do you think it's a good idea? >> the question is what kind of reform are you talking about? america's immigration policy should be in place for one reason, and that's to serve u.s. interest, u.s. economic interest and national security interest. you can no longer be a super power if you can't control your own sovereignty. they haven't. we have seen the succession, refused to enforce their
of the march on washington. on the next "washington journal", john negroponte talks about the u.s. intelligence system, and president obama's upcoming trip to mexico. and more about the president latin america trip, which also includes costa rica and home agent of the center for strategic and international studies. also a look at senate legislation that would require state sales taxes. we will talk to rollcall in "washington journal" is live on c-span at 7:00 a.m. eastern. >> next on, a special forces of the united states with admiral william mcraven. this is 90 minutes. [inaudible conversations] >> thank you to those that i could count on and we generally try to have enough food here to make it through and keep you alive for a short period of time. so good morning on behalf of the ceo and president. i want to welcome you to the tricky dick and international studies talk and welcomed viewers on the web. are you picking up okay? okay. i have a couple of details that i want to outline what we are here for and are doing today. we have a wonderful and terrific and timely report and topic to discus
. >>> president obama wheels up on a trip to mexico city. the president will meet with his mexican counterpart to talk about trade, security, and immigration. dan lothian live with a preview of the president's trip. good morning, dan. >> reporter: the economy will be an important issue as the president heads to mexico. how to strengthen ties, and the president will talk about ongoing drug wars. tens of thousands killed in the war. u.s. and mexico have been key parts in the fight. but the president is likely to face a new dynamic on the u.s. involvement in that country. in an unusually close relationship, the u.s. and mexico have aggressively fought drug cartels, sharing intelligence and cross border training, but there is uncertainty as president obama head south to a new political landscape. his old partner, philippe calderon launched a major crackdown has been replaced by enrique penietto. >> we have seen signs that the new mexican government wants to scale back on cooperation. that's concerning to u.s. law enforcement agencies. >> reporter: the mexican government is tightening the flow of i
is a stunning 18%. gerri: he joins me now. tonight's chalk talk. >> well, it is great to be with you. in fact, the president is in mexico be with mexico's new president. so tonight we thought it would be well to just wonder whether obama will ask mexico why it keeps sending its uneducated, unskilled, and poor workers to this country. and we also wonder tonight about the issue of border security, with a two men will discuss that what i the odds that president obama will ask the mexican president of mexico will do to secure its side of the border because previous presidents have not asked that question. it will be agreed opporunity. gerri: interesting. interesting stuff. what else are you covering? >> who will be talking with general jack sheehan, former four-star general, what is happening in syria. a global war on terrorism. who will also be talking with paul wolfowitz about global terrorism and the options in syria as well. talking about the markets today. another record for the s&p. things appear to be getting better, don't they? gerri: i'm jealous. all right. thank you for coming on. alway
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